Prohibits permanent, irreversible and experimental radical gender transition medical procedures for minors by “Woke” Doctors
CHESTERFIELD, VA – Senator Amanda Chase has officially filed SB791 the SAFE Act, otherwise known as the Save Adolescents from Experimentation Act, to prohibit permanent and irreversible experimental gender transition procedures on minors. Similar legislation sponsored by Arkansas Representative Lundstrum HB1570, which passed in 2021 and has been introduced in 21 other states.
The bill will apply to minors only and prohibits experimental, permanent and irreversible sterilization and mutilation on minors in the name of “gender transition” procedures.
It also prohibits the use of public funds for “transition procedures” for minors and establishes enforcement procedures for ”woke” healthcare providers who chose financial gain over their Hippocratic oath to “do no harm.”
Finally, the bill prohibits insurance companies from being forced to cover the tremendous cost of these experimental procedures and passing the cost along to the consumer.
“Public school children, who still believe in Santa and the Easter Bunny, are being allowed to make permanent irreversible medical decisions that will affect them for the rest of their lives. This is outrageous given students can’t even legally get tattoos or take aspirin on their own on school property. “
“Trusting parents are seeking help from trusted doctors only to find out these “woke” doctors are encouraging these experimental procedures and coercing parents into going along with expensive transition surgeries that they are falsely told will save their child’s life. Ultimately many of these children detransition when they become adults and regret the decision.”
“It’s time to put an end to “woke” doctors taking financial advantage of vulnerable parents and their children. ”… (Excerpt from Senate of Virginia)


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